Saturday, July 25, 2015

Scrap Quilting Club July 25, 2015

We had a great meeting.  The monthly project is to make a zippered bag.  I gave those present a zipper and a d-ring to use during the construction of your bag.  If you missed the meeting, I will have them available at the next meeting.

Sharon J. won door prize and Jennifer won t-shirt drawing; they both won 3 fat quarters.
Monthly project prizes were Lee Etta and Kathy and yearlong project prize was won by Sharon S.; they each won a kit with thee Stack Four Runners pattern and four fat quarters.

Thanks Sue for the wonderful birthday dessert you brought to the meeting; it was delicious.

Here is the monthly show-n-tell:

I cut hockey themed t-shirts for a commissioned quilt

My string quilt ready for quilting

My Felicity quilt top; needs borders added
Sharon S. has a few projects; string quilt in progress, yearlong project that only need the border, Felicity quilt top completed, and some of the border units for the yearlong project

Judy also completed a lot of projects this month; the Quiltmaker annual Christmas project, Staycation, string quilt, Warm Wishes, and a charm quilt

Jennifer finished row 7 of the yearlong project

Cynthia finished row 7 of the yearlong project

Lee Etta finished some projects too; string quilt, 3rd row of the yearlong project, two non-scrap club projects, and she showed a gifted tote made by Janice

Judi finished her Disappearing Hourglass blocks; now she needs to decide borders

 Sarah made two charity quilts and is working on a third.

 Doris' daughter colored her scrap quilting club t-shirt and Doris added a scrap necklace to complete her outfit.

 We had great fun today and I hope to see you next month!

-------------------------- Type-u-later,


  1. Great job by everyone. I've been "scraping" at home, but would like to get active with the group again.

  2. I always love seeing all the great projects your group produces!!

  3. I am getting materials together to make a disappearing hourglass quilt. The one pictured in this post with pink centers and green and white contrasts is just the look I want. Could you share how she set her main hour glass blocks up to create the all pink center with the green and white accents. It is beautiful! Please email to

    1. That's not a disappearing hourglass quilt. She pieced individual units.


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